Andrew Robertshaw on the History of the RLC – e-museum series (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

Andrew Robertshaw on the History of the RLC - e-museum series I recorded this podcast by clipping my miniature mp3 recording device to Andrew Robertshaw at a Windlesham Parish Council meeting while he gave a fascinating talk on the History of the Royal Logistic Corps. It was in fact recorded earlier on this year but I never published it. I thought it would make a great addition to the Surrey Heath Residents Network e-museum series. RLC Museum website … Read More

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Robbery in Pirbright prompts witness appeal (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was robbed of his car in Pirbright on Saturday (September 17). The man had been walking his dog near the railway bridge in Gapemouth Road and was heading back towards his car around 5-45pm when he was approached by the offender, who was wielding a bladed instrument and demanding that he hand over his car keys. The victim took his dog out of the boot of his car, a silver Vauxhall Vectra, and threw the … Read More

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Deepcut quarterly community panel meeting – 20th September 2011

Deepcut Policing Team

PCSO Lisa Ford, NSO PC Andy Riley & PCSO 'Babs' Ball

Your neighbourhood policing team will be holding its quarterly community panel meeting on Tuesday 20th September at 7pm at the Spar Shop, Dettingen Park.

This is an opportunity for Deepcut Residents to speak to their nighbourhood policing team and set the community policing priorities for the forthcoming quarter.

Dettingen Park has seen an increase in anti social behaviour involving youths recently that is causing a number of residents concern so this is a perfect chance to have your policing team address these concerns.

Mysterious unsolved murder in Deepcut – Hubert G. Chevis (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

Mysterious unsolved murder in Deepcut - Hubert G. Chevis Thanks to twitter, it was brought to my attention that Deepcut featured on the BBC Radio Four program Punt PI. Local historian Ken Clarke joined Steve Punt to try and resolve the mysterious murder of Hubert G. Chevis who died in June 1931. You can listen to this fascinating broadcast on BBC iPlayer for the next 7 days or you can download it here. Thank to Mark & Fran for tweeting this. … Read More

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Call 101: the new non-emergency number for Surrey Police (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

Call 101: the new non-emergency number for Surrey Police A new non-emergency telephone number to contact Surrey Police comes into effect from tomorrow (Thursday, 1 September), providing a new way for people to get in touch about issues that do not need an emergency response. The new 101 number will be going live as part of a national drive to make it easier to contact the police and report crime and disorder. While 999 is a well recognised number to report emergencies, the 2010 British Crime Survey fou … Read More

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Police warn residents to lock doors and windows following series of thefts from insecure vehicles and properties (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

Police warn residents to lock doors and windows following series of thefts from insecure vehicles and properties Surrey Police is urging residents to not make it easy for thieves by being vigilant with their home and vehicle security. The warning follows a series of incidents across the county in which thieves have got away with cash, jewellery and electricals after gaining entry through open or unlocked windows and doors. Force Crime Reduction Advisor Jamie Robinson said: “Burglary and theft is, on the whole, an opportunistic crime. If you leave your door … Read More

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Summer 2011 Newsletter

Dettingen Park Management Company Limited has published its Summer 2011 Newsletter which will be distributed in hard copy to residents early next week, but it is available for download now here:

DPMC Newsletter Summer 2011

If you have any questions or feedback relating to any of the items in the newsletter, please contact itsyourplace who will be happy to discuss this with you.